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IAN PARKER PUBLICATIONS TO DECEMBER 2000

(Publications after this, for the UK Research Academic Exercise 2001-2007, are at www.parkerian.com/ippl20012007.rtf)



Authored Books
Parker, I. (1989) The Crisis in Modern Social Psychology, and how to end it, London and New York: Routledge [isbn: 0-415-01494-8 (pbk) & 0-415-01493-X (hbk)]

Parker, I. (1992) Discourse Dynamics: Critical Analysis for Social and Individual Psychology, London and New York: Routledge [isbn: 0-415-05018-9 (pbk) & 0-415-05017-0 (hbk)]

Banister, P., Burman, E., Parker, I., Taylor, M. and Tindall, C. (1994) Qualitative Methods in Psychology: A Research Guide, Milton Keynes: Open University Press [isbn: 0335191819 (pbk) & 0-335-19182-7 (hbk)]

Foster, J. J. and Parker, I. (1995) Carrying Out Investigations in Psychology, Leicester: British Psychological Society [isbn: 1-85433-170-1 (pbk)]

Parker, I., Georgaca, E., Harper, D., McLaughlin, T. and Stowell Smith, M. (1995) Deconstructing Psychopathology, London: Sage [isbn: 0-8039-7481-7 (pbk) & 0-8039-7480-9 (hbk)]

Parker, I. (1997) Psychoanalytic Culture: Psychoanalytic Discourse in Western Society, London: Sage [isbn: 0-7619-5643-3 (pbk) & 0-7619-5642-5 (hbk)]

Parker, I. and the Bolton Discourse Network (1999) Critical Textwork: An Introduction to Varieties of Discourse and Analysis, Buckingham: Open University Press. [isbn: 0-335-20204-7 (pbk) & 0-335-20205-5 (hbk)]
Edited Books
Parker, I. and Shotter, J. (eds) (1990) Deconstructing Social Psychology, London and New York: Routledge [isbn: 0-415-010740-8 (pbk) & 0-415-01077-2 (hbk)]

Burman, E. and Parker, I. (eds) (1993) Discourse Analytic Research: Repertoires and Readings of Texts in Action, London and New York: Routledge [isbn: 0-415-09721-5 (pbk) & 0-415-09720-7 (hbk)]

Parker, I. and Spears, R. (eds) (1996) Psychology and Society: Radical Theory and Practice, London: Pluto Press [isbn: 0-7453-0879 (pbk) & 0-7453-0880-5 (hbk)]

Burman, E., Kottler, A., Levett, A. and Parker, I. (eds) (1997) Culture, Power and Difference: Discourse Analysis in South Africa, London: Zed Books / Cape Town: UCT Press [isbn: 1-85649-472-1 (pbk) & 1-85649-471-3 (hbk) & 1-919713-08-5 (Southern Africa)]

Parker, I. (1998) Social Constructionism, Discourse and Realism (edited), London: Sage [isbn: 0-8039-7547 (pbk) & 0-80397546-5 (hbk)]

Parker, I. (1999) Deconstructing Psychotherapy (edited), London: Sage [isbn: 0-7619-5713-8 (pbk) & 0-7619-5712-X (hbk)]

Gordo-López, A. J. and Parker, I. (eds) (1999) Cyberpsychology, London: Macmillan / Routledge New York [isbn: 0-333-73577-3 (pbk) & 0-333-73576-5 (hbk)].
Short Works – Book Chapters
Parker, I. (1987) ‘The Social Status of Mentalistic Constructs’, In W. J. Baker, M. E. Hyland, H. Van Rappard and A. W. Staats (eds) Current Issues in Theoretical Psychology, Amsterdam: North Holland, pp. 231 45

Parker, I. (1988) ‘Deconstructing Accounts’, In C. Antaki (ed.) Analysing Everyday Explanation: A Casebook of Methods, London: Sage, pp. 184 98

Parker, I. (1989) ‘Discourse and Power’, In J. Shotter and K. J. Gergen (eds) Texts of Identity, London: Sage, pp. 56 69

Parker, I. and Shotter, J. (1990) ‘Introduction’, In I. Parker and J. Shotter (eds) Deconstructing Social Psychology, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1 14

Parker, I. (1990) ‘The abstraction and representation of social psychology’, In I. Parker and J. Shotter (eds) Deconstructing Social Psychology, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 91 102

Parker, I. (1991) ‘Psicoanalisis y sociedad: subjetividad y psicologia social’, In N. Correa de Jesus, H. J. Figueroa y M. M. Lopez (eds) Coloquio Internacional sobre el Imaginario Social Contemporeneo (ponencias), San Juan: Universidad de Puerto Rico, pp. 31 40

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Discourse discourse: social psychology and postmodernity’, In J. Doherty, E. Graham and M. Malek (eds) Postmodernism and the Social Sciences, London: Macmillan, pp. 80 94

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Social constructionist psychoanalysis and the real’, In B. Kaplan, L. Mos, H. Stam and W. Thorngate (eds) Recent Trends in Theoretical Psychology (volume III), New York: Springer Verlag, pp. 41 49

Burman, E. and Parker, I. (1993) ‘Discourse Analysis: The Turn to the Text’, In E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Discourse Analytic Research: Repertoires and Readings of Texts in Action, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1 13

Parker, I. and Burman, E. (1993) ‘Against Discursive Imperialism, Empiricism and Constructionism: Thirty two problems with discourse analysis’, In E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Discourse Analytic Research: Repertoires and Readings of Texts in Action, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 155 172

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Postmodern Fantasies of the Ecological Self’, In I. Lubek, R. van Hezewijk, G. Pheterson and C. Tolman (eds) Trends and Issues in Theoretical Psychology, New York: Springer Press, pp. 33-44

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Everyday behavior[ism) and therapeutic discourse: Deconstructing the ego as verbal nucleus in Skinner and Lacan’, In J. Siegfried (ed.) Therapeutic and Everyday Discourse as Behavior Change: Towards a micro analysis in psychotherapy process research, New York: Ablex, pp. 447-67



Parker, I. (1995) ‘Discursive Complexes in Material Culture’, In J. Haworth (ed) Psychological Research: Innovative Methods and Strategies, London: Routledge, pp. 185-196

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Discurso, Cultura y Poder en la Vida Cotidiana’, In A. Gordo-López y J. L. Linaza (eds) Psicologia, Discurso y Poder: Metodologias cualitativas, perspectivas criticas [isbn: 84-7774-118-2], Madrid: Visor, pp. 79-92

Parker, I. (1996) ‘El Regreso de lo Reprimido: Complejos Discursivos y el Complejo Psi’, In A. Gordo-López y J. L. Linaza (eds) Psicologia, Discurso y Poder: Metodologias cualitativas, perspectivas criticas [isbn: 84-7774-118-2], Madrid: Visor, pp. 253-268.

Spears, R. and Parker, I. (1996) ‘Marxist Theses: Psychological Themes’, in I. Parker and R. Spears (eds) Psychology and Society: Radical Theory and Practice [isbn: 0-7453-0879 (pbk) & 0-7453-0880-5 (hbk)], London: Pluto Press, 1996, pp. 1-17

Parker, I. (1996) ‘The Revolutionary Psychology of Lev Davidovich Bronstein’, in I. Parker and R. Spears (eds) Psychology and Society: Radical Theory and Practice [isbn: 0-7453-0879 (pbk) & 0-7453-0880-5 (hbk)], London: Pluto Press, 1996, pp. 184-194

Burman, E., Kottler, A., Levett, A. and Parker, I. (1997) ‘Power and Discourse: Culture and Change in South Africa’, in A. Levett, A. Kottler, E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Culture, Power and Difference: Discourse Analysis in South Africa [isbn: 1-85649-472-1 (pbk) & 1-85649-471-3 (hbk) & 1-919713-08-5 (Southern Africa)], London: Zed Books, 1997, pp. 1-14

Parker, I., Levett, A., Kottler, A. and Burman, E. (1997) ‘On discourse, power, culture and change’, in A. Levett, A. Kottler, E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Culture, Power and Difference: Discourse Analysis in South Africa [isbn: 1-85649-472-1 (pbk) & 1-85649-471-3 (hbk) & 1-919713-08-5 (Southern Africa)], London: Zed Books, 1997, pp. 198-204

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Discursive Psychology’, in Fox, D. and Prilleltensky, I. (eds) Critical Psychology: An Introduction [isbn: 0-7619-5211-X (pbk) & 0-7619-5210-1 (hbk)], London: Sage, 1997, pp. 284-298

Parker, I. (1997) ‘The Unconscious State of Social Psychology’, In T. Ibanez and L. Iniguez (eds) Critical Social Psychology [isbn: 0-7619-5289-6 (pbk) & 0-7619-5288-8 (hbk)], London: Sage, 1997, pp. 157-168

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Realism, Relativism and Critique in Psychology’, In I. Parker (ed) Social Constructionism, Discourse and Realism [isbn: 0-8039-7547 (pbk) & 0-80397546-5 (hbk)], London: Sage, 1998, pp. 1-9.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Qualitative data and the subjectivity of "objective" facts’, In D. Dorling and L. Simpson (eds) Statistics in Society: The Arithmetic of Politics [isbn: 0-340-71994-X], London: Arnold, pp. 83-88.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Deconstruction and Psychotherapy’, In I. Parker (ed) Deconstructing Psychotherapy [isbn: 0-7619-5713-8 (pbk) & 0-7619-5712-X (hbk)], London: Sage, 1999.



Parker, I. (1999) ‘Psychology and Marxism: Dialectical Opposites?’, In W. Maiers , B. Bayer, B. Duarte Esgalhado, R. Jorna, and E. Schraube (eds) Challenges to Theoretical Psychology [isbn: 1-896691-75-7], Toronto: Captus University Publications, pp. 477-484.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Introduction: Varieties of Discourse and Analysis’, In I. Parker and Bolton Discourse Network, Critical Textwork: An Introduction to Varieties of Discourse and Analysis [isbn: 0-335-20204-7 (pbk) & 0-335-20205-5 (hbk)], Buckingham: Open University Press, pp. 1-12.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Deconstructing diagnosis: psychopathological practice’, In C. Feltham (ed) Controversies in Psychotherapy and Counselling, London: Sage [isbn: 0-7619-6541-7], pp. 104-112.

Gordo-López, A. J. and Parker, I. (1999) ‘Cyberpsychology: Postdisciplinary Contexts and Projects’. In. A. J. Gordo-López and I. Parker (eds) Cyberpsychology, London: Macmillan / Routledge New York [isbn: 0-333-73577-3 (pbk) & 0-333-73576-5 (hbk)], pp. 1-21.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Critical Reflexive Humanism and Critical Constructionist Psychology’, In. D. J. Nightingale and J. Cromby (eds) Social Constructionist Psychology: A Critical Analysis of Theory and Practice. Buckingham: Open University Press [isbn: 0-335-20192-X], pp. 23-36.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Ontmanteling van de diagnose: De praktijk van de psychopathologie’, in Romme, M. A. J. (ed.) Anders Omgaan met Psychose. Maastricht: University of Maastricht, pp. 70-77.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Looking for Lacan: virtual psychology’, In K. Malone and S. Friedlander (eds) The Subject of Lacan: A Lacanian Reader for Psychologists, New York: SUNY Press [isbn: 0-7914-4624], pp. 331-344.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Four Story-Theories About and Against Postmodernism in Psychology’, in L. Holzman and J. Morss (eds) Postmodern Psychologies: Societal Practice and Political Life, New York: Routledge [isbn: 0-415-92556-8], pp. 29-48.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Die diskursanalytische Methode’, in U. Flick, E. von Kardoff and I. Steinke (eds) Qualitative Forschung: Ein Handbuch. Hamburg: Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, [isbn: 3-499-55628-6], pp. 546-556.
Short Works – Other
Parker, I. (1989) ‘Social Psychology and Psychoanalysis: Fifty years after Freud’, Symposium, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Bristol, September.

Parker, I. (1989) ‘Critical Psychology: Rhetoric or Reality?’, Symposium, BPS London conference, December.

Parker, I. (1991) ‘Critical Psychology: Rhetoric or Reality?’, Symposium, International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, June.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Psychology, Postmodernity and Urban Space’, Symposium, International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Saclas, France, April.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Critical Psychology and Discursive Practice’, Symposium, XXIV Congreso Interamerican de Psicologia, Santiago, Chile, July.


Parker, I. (1993) ‘Subjectivity, Reflexivity and Qualitative Social Psychology’, (co organised), BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Oxford, September.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘The Management of Abnormality’, Symposium, International Conference on Understanding the Social World, Huddersfield, July.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Social Psychology and Marxism’, Symposium, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Strathclyde, September.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Psychology and Marxism’, Symposium, International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Berlin, April-May.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Self-Analysis, Psycho-Analysis and Social Psychology’, Symposium, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Sussex, September.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Pedagogy, Discourse and Practice’, Symposium, Psychoanalysis and the Public Sphere 11th conference, London, January.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Innovación, Reflexión y Acción en la Metodología Psicológica’, (invited central symposium) XXVII Congreso Interamericano de Psicologia, Caracas, Venezuela, June-July.

Parker, I. (1985) ‘Ethnomethodology and Deconstruction: Conversation, the Self and the Text’, Graduate Research Forum, Brunel, 1985, 1 (3), pp. 1 25

Parker, I. (1989) ‘Research Futures: Opportunism and AIDS’, BPS Social Psychology Section Newsletter, Leicester, 1989, 21, pp. 7 9

Parker, I. (1991) ‘Coloquio International sobre el Imaginario Social Contemporaneo’, BPS Social Psychology Section Newsletter, Leicester, 1991, 25, pp. 30 9

Parker, I. (1991) ‘The Manchester Workshop’, Discourse Analysis Research Group Newsletter, Calgary, 1991, 7 (2), pp. 13 15


Parker, I. (1991) ‘The Manchester Introductory Course and Second Discourse Analysis Workshop/Conference’, Discourse Analysis Research Group Newsletter, Calgary, 1991, 7 (3), pp. 12 14

Parker, I. (1991) ‘The Manchester Introductory Course and Second Discourse Analysis Workshop/Conference’, BPS Social Psychology Section Newsletter, Leicester, 1991, 26, pp. 54 7

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Culture’, BPS Psychotherapy Section Newsletter, Leicester, 1992, 12, pp. 34 43

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Psychology, Racism and the Third World: 500 Years of Resistance’, BPS Social Psychology Section Newsletter, Leicester, 1992, 28, pp. 43 47

Parker, I. (1993) ‘XXIV Congreso Interamericano de Psicologia, Santiago de Chile, July 1993’, BPS Social Psychology Section Newsletter, Leicester, 1993, 30, pp. 46 48

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Psychology Politics Resistance Conference’, Clinical Psychology Forum, Leicester, 1994, 72, pp. 37-38

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Windows on the Mind’, The Psychoanalysis Newsletter, London, 1994, 15, pp. 22-24

Parker, I. (1994) ‘PPR: The founding conference - July 1994’, PINS (Psychology in society), Congella, South Africa, 1994, 19, pp. 53-54

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Qualitative Research’, Psychology Review [issn: 1354-1129], Bristol: Philip Allen, 2, (2), pp. 13-15

Burman, E., Gordo-Lopez, A. J., Macauley, R. and Parker, I. (eds) Cyberpsychology: Conference, Interventions and Reflections, Manchester: MMU, 1995

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Cyberpsychology: futures’, in Burman, E., Gordo-Lopez, A. J., Macauley, R. and Parker, I. (editors) Parker, I. (1995) Cyberpsychology: Conference, Interventions and Reflections, Manchester: MMU, pp. 47-48.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Discipline, Confessions, and New Technology’, Voices and Visions ‘95: Notes of Proceedings, Brighton: SEOUPS, pp. 3-7.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘In Disney’s World’, The Psychoanalysis Newsletter, London, 18, pp. 19-21.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘The Pinball Project’, BPS History and Philosophy of Psychology Section Newsletter, Leicester, 24, pp. 16-18

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Critical Psychology around Berlin’, BPS History and Philosophy of Psychology Section Newsletter, Leicester, 25, pp. 4-8.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Cualqier cambio politico tiene que ser una combinacion de diferentes formas de identidad’, Revista AVEPSO, Caracas, 20 (2), pp. 121-126.

Burman, E. and Parker, I. (1998) ‘What is critical psychology? an interview with Erica Burman and Ian Parker’, Gecko: A Journal of deconstruction and narrative ideas in therapeutic practice (1328-2123], Adelaide, 2, pp. 51-61.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Inter-Personal Skills’, BPS Psychotherapy Section Newsletter, Leicester, 25, pp. 34 37.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Critical Psychology: Critical Links’, Radical Psychology: A Journal of Psychology, Politics and Radicalism [issn: 1561-8978], 1 (1).

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Looking to the Future and Back’, The Psychoanalysis Newsletter, London: THERIP, 23, pp. 30-32.


Conferences, Refereed


Parker, I. (1982) ‘Semiology and New Social Psychology’, Postgraduate Psychology conference, Canterbury, March.

Parker, I. (1982) ‘Social Power and Structure’, Wessex undergraduate conference, Surrey, May.

Parker, I. (1983) ‘The Birth of Social Psychology: An Experiment in Power’, Postgraduate Psychology conference, St Andrews, March.

Parker, I. (1983) ‘The Limits of Reduction and Resolution’, Wessex undergraduate conference, Southampton, May.

Parker, I. (1984) ‘Language and Behaviourism in Social Psychology’, Postgraduate Psychology conference, Nottingham, March.

Parker, I. (1984) ‘Discourse and Power’, International Conference on Self and Identity, Cardiff, July.

Parker, I. (1984) ‘Representation, Sociology and Social Psychology’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Oxford, September.

Parker, I. (1985) ‘Attribution and Interpretation’, Postgraduate Psychology conference, London, March.

Parker, I. (1985) ‘The Social Status of Mentalistic Constructs’, International Conference on Theoretical Psychology, Plymouth, September.

Parker, I. (1986) ‘Attribution and Interpretation’, (poster presentation), BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Surrey, September.

Parker, I. (1987) ‘Social Psychology: Experiments in Power’, BPS History and Philosophy of Psychology Section conference, Ilkley, March.

Parker, I. (1987) ‘The Abstraction and Representation of Social Psychology’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Oxford, September.

Parker, I. (1989) ‘Discourse: definitions and contradictions’, (invited speaker), BPS History and Philosophy of Psychology Section conference , Lincoln, March.


Parker, I. (1989) ‘Discourse discourse: social psychology and postmodernity’, (invited speaker), Postmodernism and the Social Sciences conference, St Andrews, September.

Parker, I. (1989) ‘Discourse, psychoanalysis and social psychology’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Bristol, September.

Parker, I. (1989) ‘Discourse, reflection and direct perception’, BPS London conference, London, December.

Parker, I. (1991) ‘Psicoanalisis y sociedad: subjetividad y psicologia social’, (invited speaker), Coloquio International sobre el Imaginario Social Contemporeneo , University of Puerto Rico, February.

Parker, I. (1991) ‘Psychoanalysis and society: subjectivity and social psychology’, International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, June.

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Wild Men’, Psychoanalysis and the Public Sphere 6th Annual Conference, University of East London, October.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘The Unconscious State of Social Psychology’, (invited speaker), Critical Social Psychology conference, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Catalunya, April

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Postmodern fantasies of the ecological self’, International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Saclas, France, April.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Identidad, identificacion y menos C’, (invited speaker), XXIV Congreso Interamericano de Psicologia, Santiago, Chile, July.


Parker, I. (1993) ‘Power, Subjectivity and Charity’, XXIV Congreso Interamericano de Psicologia, Santiago, Chile, July.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Reflexive Research: Grounded in what?’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Oxford, September.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Identity, Identification and Minus K’, Psychology and Societal Transformation Conference, University of the Western Cape, South Africa, January.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Postmodern Dreams: Nature in the New Age’, (invited speaker), Discursive Construction of Knowledge Conference, Adelaide, Australia, February.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Discourse Analysis and Material Culture’, (workshop), Discursive Construction of Knowledge Conference, Adelaide, Australia, February.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Postmodernidad y Virtualidad Total’, V Congreso Nacional de Psicología Social, Salamanca, December.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Psychology, Science Fiction and Postmodern Space’, (invited speaker), Discourse and Cultural Practice conference, Adelaide, February-March.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Introduction for Symposium, Marxism and Social Psychology’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Strathclyde, September.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Discussant for Symposium, The Limits of Social Constructionism: Going Beyond Discourse’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Strathclyde, September.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘What Modern Psychologists Do, and What Postmodern Psychologists Should be Doing’, (invited keynote speaker), Developmental Politics: A Postmodern Plan for Changing the World Conference, New York, January.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Psychology and Marxism: Dialectical Opposites’, International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Berlin, April-May.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Constructing and Deconstructing Psychotherapeutic Discourse’, (invited keynote speaker), BPS Division of Counselling Psychology First International Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, May-June.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Against Postmodernism: Psychology in Cultural Context’, (invited keynote speaker), Unscientific Psychology International Conference, New York, June.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Critical Realism and Social Constructionism in Psychology’, International Conference on Critical Realism and the Crisis in the Human Sciences, Warwick, August.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Psychoanalytic Discourse’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Sussex, September.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Deconstructing Psychology: Power and Practice’, (invited keynote speaker), Deseti Kongres Psihologa Jugoslavije, Petrovac Na Moru, September-October.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Contra el Postmodernismo’, (invited keynote speaker), IV Jornadas Costarricenses de Psicología Social: Vaivenes de la Utopía Ante el Cambio de Milenio’, San José, October.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Conversatorio Psicología y Politica’, (invited speaker), IV Jornadas Costarricenses de Psicología Social: Vaivenes de la Utopía Ante el Cambio de Milenio’, San José, October.



Parker, I. (1997) ‘Psicoánalisis y Cultura: Exposición y Discusión’, (invited speaker), IV Jornadas Costarricenses de Psicología Social: Vaivenes de la Utopía Ante el Cambio de Milenio, San José, October.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Learning about institutional and internal life’, Psychoanalysis and the Public Sphere 11th conference, London, January.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Psychoanalysis and commodification: sensuous embedded critique’, The Legacy of the Frankfurt School for Cultural Studies conference, University of Salford, March-April.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Tracing therapeutic discourse’, (invited speaker), Therapeutic Conversations 4 Conference, Toronto, Canada, May.

Gordo-López, A. J. and Parker, I. (1998) ‘Information richness: a new form of poverty?’, (invited speaker), INSP-Forum, Helsinki, June.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Discourse, subjectivity and the social order: the Discourse Unit’, (invited keynote speaker), International Conference on Discourse and the Social Order, Aston University, Birmingham, July.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Theory for a Change -- Critical Psychology, Feminism, and Postmodernism’, (discussant), American Psychological Association 106th Annual Convention, San Francisco, United States, August.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Critical psychology: resources and perspectives’, (invited speaker), British Association for the Advancement of Science, Cardiff, September.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Deconstructing diagnosis: psychopathological practice’, (invited speaker), Working With Voices, Ten Years Gone: 10th Anniversary Conference of the Hearing Voices Movement, Birmingham, September.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Discurso, subjectividad y el orden social: El Unidad del Discourso’, (invited keynote speaker), Congreso Internacional Psicología Social de la Liberación, Mexico City, November.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Deconstructing diagnosis’, (invited keynote speaker), Coping with Psychosis: Fom Object to Subject, Maastricht, January.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Psicología crítica: nexos críticos’, XXVII Congreso Interamericano de Psicologia, Caracas, Venezuela, June-July.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Humanismo y subjetividad en psicología’, XXVII Congreso Interamericano de Psicologia, Caracas, Venezuela, June-July.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Critical Psychology and Academic Practice’, Postgraduate Psychology Annual Conference, Lancaster, July.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Discourses of ‘delusion’: rationality, reality and power’, (discussant), Qualitative Research: Unity and Diversity (18th International Human Science Research Conference), Sheffield, July.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Psychopathology, Subjectivity and Dialectical Re-Writing’, Normality and Pathology At the End of the Twentieth Century (Fifth International Qualitative Methods conference, Gauteng, South Africa, September.

Parker, I. and Goodley, D. (1999) ‘Textual (Re)Presentation: Reading and Writing’, BPS Social Psychology Section conference, Lancaster, September.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Critical Psychology and Recovery (An Alien Concept)’, Recovery: An Alien Concept conference, Birmingham, September.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Discourse, Epistemology and Otherness in Psychology’, XXVII International Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden, July.
Conferences, Other
Parker, I. (1982) ‘Semiology and New Social Psychology’, University of Exeter seminar, February.

Parker, I. (1982) ‘Semiology and New Social Psychology’, University of Southampton seminar, March.

Parker, I. (1983) ‘The Birth of Social Psychology’, University of Southampton seminar, March.

Parker, I. (1986) ‘Theoretical Psychology?’, Manchester Polytechnic seminar, February.

Parker, I. (1986) ‘Attribution Theory and Social Change’, Manchester Polytechnic/ University of Manchester day conference, June.

Parker, I. (1986) ‘Social Psychology and "Changing the Subject"‘, Changing the Subject day conference workshop, London, February.

Parker, I. (1986) ‘Psychoanalysis and "Changing the Subject"‘, Changing the Subject day conference, Manchester, May.

Parker, I. (1987) ‘Psychology, War and Peace’, Psychology, Politics, Resistance day conference, Manchester, March.

Parker, I. (1987) ‘Deconstructing Accounts’, Manchester Polytechnic seminar, March

Parker, I. (1989) ‘Social Psychology, the individual and the social’, (invited speaker), ICA seminar on critical psychology, London, May.

Burman, E., Marks, D. and Parker, I. (1989) ‘Discourse analysis of education case conferences’, Loughborough University DARG seminar, April.

Bhavnani, K.-K. and Parker, I. (1989) ‘Research in Higher Education’, Psychology and Social Responsibility day conference, Manchester, June.

Parker, I. (1991) ‘Discourse discourse: postmodernity and social psychology’, University of Keele seminar, March.

Parker, I. (1991) ‘Revolutionary Psychology’, Institute for Social Therapy colloquium, New York, June.

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Communion: Invisible War, Invasion and Abduction’, Department of Psychotherapy, Manchester Royal Infirmary, February.

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Communion’, North West Regional Psychotherapy Association, Bolton District General Hospital, May.

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Communion and Invasion: Outer Space and Inner Space’, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Kent, May.

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Communion and Invasion: Outer Space and Inner Space’, Department of Psychology, University of Lancaster, October.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Wild Men: Masculinity, Culture and Subjectivity’, Department of Human Sciences, Brunel University of West London, February.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Masculinity’, Department of Social Sciences, Leeds Metropolitan University, March.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Wild Men’, North West Region Diploma in Psychotherapy, Monsall Hospital, Manchester, May.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Contemporary Crises of Masculine Identity: Some Wild Analysis’, Centre for Environmental Change, University of Lancaster, June.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Reflexive Research: Psychology and Psychoanalysis’, Psychology Society, University of Lancaster, November.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Group Identity and Minus K’, Department of Psychotherapy, Manchester Royal Infirmary, December.

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Reflexive Research: The Context of Action’, Primacy of Action Workshop, University of Manchester, December.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Communion and Invasion: Outer Space and Inner Space’, Discourse Analysis Workshop / Department of Psychology, University of Cape Town, South Africa, February.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Discourse Analysis and Material Culture’, Department of Psychology, Sheffield University, March.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Discourse Analysis and Material Culture’, Department of Psychology, Staffordshire University, April.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Group Identity and Minus K’, North West Regional Psychotherapy Association, Bolton District General Hospital, May.

Burman, E. and Parker, I. (1994) ‘Developments in Psychology’, Department of Psychology, Women’s College, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, August.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Psychoanalytic Reflections on the Psy-Complex’, Department of Psychology, University of Liverpool, October.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘The Role of Reflexivity in the Politics of Psychology’, Psychology and Psychotherapy Association, Department of Psychotherapy, Gaskell House, November.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Therapeutic Culture, Discourse and Change’, (invited speaker), Conference on Providential Dialogue, University of Helsinki, Finland, November.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Postmodern Dreams: Nature in the New Age’, Department of Social Psychology, University of Helsinki, Finland, November.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Against Wittgenstein: Materialist Reflections on Language’, Department of Social Psychology and Sociology, University of Tampere, Finland, November.

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Communion and Invasion: Outer Space and Inner Space’, Department of Social Psychology and Sociology, University of Tampere, Finland, November.



Parker, I. (1994) ‘Postmodern Dreams: Nature in the New Age’, School of Behavioural Science, Nene College Northampton, December.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘La Organización de Tesis de Grado y Otros Proyectos de Investigación en la Metodología Cualitativa’, Instituto de Psicología, Universidad Central de Venezuela, March.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Masculinity and Cultural Change’, Institute of Psychology, University of Oslo, Norway, September.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Communion and Invasion: Outer Space and Inner Space’, School of Health Sciences, University of Wolverhampton, October.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘The Future of Psychology’, (invited speaker), SEOUPS, Sussex University, November.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Postmodernidad y Virtualidad Total’, (invited speaker), Psychologia i Postmodernitat conference, Universitat de Barcelona, December.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Psychology, Subjectivity and Resistance’, (invited speaker), Colloquium in memorium for Klaus Holzkamp, Arbeitsbereich Kritische Psychologie im Institut fur Kritische Psychologie, Berlin, January.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Resistance in and against Psychology’, (invited speaker), Psychology Politics Resistance Midlands Region Founding Conference, Nottingham, February.

Burman, E., Lather, P., Luke, A. and Parker, I. (1996) ‘Discourse Panel’, (invited), Discourse and Cultural Practice conference, Adelaide, February-March.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Postmodernism and Its Discontents: Therapeutic Discourse’, Department of Psychology, University of Adelaide, March.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Postmodernism and Its Discontents: Therapeutic Discourse’, Department of Psychiatry, University of Sheffield, May, 1996

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Psychology, Science Fiction and Postmodern Space’, Discourse Group, Open University, June.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Theoretical Discourse, Subjectivity and Critical Psychology’, Inaugural lecture, Bolton Institute, October.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Qualitative Methods and the PhD’, BPS North of England Branch ‘So You Want To Do A PhD?’, Bolton Institute, November.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘The Psychodynamics of Religion and Charity’, North West Regional Psychotherapy Association, Bolton District General Hospital, January.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Critical Issues in Discursive Psychology’, Research and Action Symposium, Rhodes University, March.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Against Postmodernism, Psychology and Modernity’, University of Natal at Durban, March.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Against Postmodernism, Psychology and Modernity’, University of Natal at Pietermaritzburg, March.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Doing Discourse’, Discourse Analysis Workshop, UNISA, Pretoria, March.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Qualitative Research in Psychology’, University of Venda, March.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Psychopathology and Discourse Analysis’, University of Venda, March.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Problems and Resources in Qualitative Research’, (invited speaker), NEAB GCE Psychology Conference, Manchester.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Discourse Analysis in Psychology’, (invited speaker), pre-congress workshop, Deseti Kongres Psihologa Jugoslavije, Petrovac Na Moru, September-October.

Holzman, L., Ivic, I., Pere-Klemon, A.-N., Lucío, R., Momorivic, K., Parker, I. and Todorovic, D. (1997) ‘Theoretical and Methodological Controversies in Contemporary Psychology’, (invited panel), Deseti Kongres Psihologa Jugoslavije, Petrovac Na Moru, September-October.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Developments in discourse analysis’, ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal, November.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Deconstructing wellbeing and mental health’, (invited speaker), INSP-Forum, Helsinki, Finland, October-November.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Against Postmodernism’, Department of Education, Oxford Brookes University, November.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Qualitative Methods and the PhD’, BPS North-West of England Branch day conference ‘So You Want To Do A PhD?’, Bolton Institute, November.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Critical psychology: critical links’, Department of Social Science, Buckinghamshire College of Higher Education, March.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Critical psychology: resources and perspectives’, Department of Psychology, Stirling University, April.

Burman, E. and Parker, I. (1998) ‘Critical psychological practice’, Department of Psychology, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, May.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Against postmodernism in psychology’, Department of Psychology, Staffordshire University, October.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Against postmodernism in psychology’, Department of Psychology, London Guildhall University, October.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Metodología cualitativa y análisis del discurso’, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico, November.



Parker, I. (1998) ‘Psicología social critica y postmodernismo’, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico, November.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Discurso y postmodernidad’, Departamento de Psicologia, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico, November.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Psychoanalytic culture’, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain, March.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Deconstructing psychological culture’, Yorkshire Association for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Leeds, May.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Jacques Lacan, Psychoanalysis and Psychology’, Division of Psychology, South Bank University, February.

Burman, E. and Parker, I. (2000) ‘Critical Perspectives in Discourse Research in Psychology’, Centre for Family Research, Cambridge University, February.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Psicología Crítica: cuestiones críticas’, Departmento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación, Universidad de Granada, Spain, May.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Context and Demand During Preliminary Meetings: A Case of Obsessional Neurosis’, Freudian Field, London, June.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘ Lacanian Analysis: A Case Study’, University of Manchester Counselling Service, June.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Lacan, Psychology and the Discourse of the University’, Centre for Psychotherapeutic Studies, Sheffield University, September.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Epistemology, Agency and Otherness in Academic Discourse’, (invited speaker), DISPUK 10th Anniversary Conference, Rhodes, Greece, October.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Critical Psychology and Therapeutic Discourse: Identity and Interiority’, (invited workshop), DISPUK 10th Anniversary Conference, Rhodes, Greece, October.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Transmission Between Nine Deaths’, Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, London, October.
Editorships - Journals
Henwood, K. and Parker, I. (eds) (1994) Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, Qualitative Social Psychology Special Issue, 4, (4), Chichester: Wiley. [issn: 1052-9284)

Parker, I. (1999) Theory & Psychology, Psychology and Marxism Special Issue, 9, (3), London: Sage. [issn: 0959-3543)

Parker, I. (1999) Annual Review of Critical Psychology, Foundations Special Issue, 1, Bolton: Discourse Unit [issn: 1464-0538)

Goodley, D. and Parker, I. (eds) (2000) Annual Review of Critical Psychology, Action Research Special Issue, 2, Manchester: Discourse Unit [issn: 1464-0538)


Academic Journals
Parker, I. (1987) ‘"Social Representations": Social psychology’s (mis)use of sociology, Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour [issn: 0021-8308], Oxford and New York: Basil Blackwell, 1987, 17 (4), pp. 447 69

Parker, I. (1990) ‘Discourse: definitions and contradictions’, Philosophical Psychology [issn: 0951-5089], Oxford: Carfax, 1990, 3 (2/3), pp. 189 204

Parker, I. (1990) ‘Real Things: discourse, context and practice, Philosophical Psychology [issn: 0951-5089], Oxford: Carfax, 1990, 3 (2/3), pp. 227 33

Reicher, S. and Parker, I. (1993) ‘Psychology, Politics, Resistance’, Journal of Community and Applied Psychology [issn: 1052-9284], Chichester, Wiley, 1993, 3, pp. 77 80

Henwood, K. and Parker, I. (1994) ‘Qualitative Research in Social Psychology’, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology [issn: 1052-9284], Chichester: Wiley, 1994, 4 (4), pp. 3-10

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Reflexive Research and the Grounding of Analysis: Social Psychology and the Psy Complex’, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology [issn: 1052-9284], Chichester: Wiley, 1994, 4, (4), pp. 43-66

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Deconstructing Representations and Representations of Deconstruction: On Moscovici again, and Banchs’, Papers on Social Representations (1021-5573], Barcelona/Berlin/Montpellier/Linz: SR Network, 1994, 3 (2), pp. 218-224


Parker, I. (1994) ‘Reflexive Social Psychology: Psychoanalysis and Discourse Analysis’, Free Associations [issn: 0267-0887], London: Free Association Books, 1994, 4, (4), pp. 527-48

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Masculinity and Cultural Change: Wild Men’, Culture and Psychology [issn: 1354-067X], Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1, (4), pp. 455-475.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Communion and Invasion: Outer Space and Inner Space’, Free Associations [issn: 0267-0887], New York: Guilford, 5, (3), pp. 357-376.

Parker, I. (1995) ‘El Retorno de lo Reprimido: Complejos Discursivos y el Complejo Psi’, Revista de Psicologia Social Aplicada [issn:1131-6225], Valencia, 5, (1/2), pp. 147-164.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Staff-Student Relationships in Universities: Boundary disasters and minus K’, Group Analysis [issn: 0533-3164) London: Sage, 29, (1), pp. 99-111.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Ideology, Individuality and Rationality: A response to Bob Hinshelwood and Dick Blackwell’, Group Analysis [issn: 0533-3164], London: Sage, 29, (1), pp. 120-122.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Postmodernism and its discontents: Therapeutic discourse’, British Journal of Psychotherapy [issn: 0265-9883], London: Artesian Books, 12, (4), pp. 447-460.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Against Wittgenstein: Materialist Reflections on Language in Psychology’, Theory and Psychology [issn: 0959-3543], London: Sage, 6, (3), pp. 363-384.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Reference Points for Critical Theoretical Work in Psychology’, Theory and Psychology [issn: 0959-3543], London: Sage, 6, (3), pp. 395-399.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Psychology, Science Fiction and Postmodern Space’, South African Journal of Psychology [issn: 0081-2463], Pretoria: PsySSA, 26, (3), pp. 149-149.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘English Identity, Ireland and Violence’, Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society [issn: 1088-0763], New York: Critical Press, 1, (2), pp. 179-182.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Group identity and individuality in times of crisis: psychoanalytic reflections on social psychological knowledge’, Human Relations [issn: 1018-7267], London: Tavistock Institute, 50, (2), pp. 183-196.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Psychology, subjectivity and resistance’, Forum Kritische Psychologie [issn: 0720-0447], Berlin: FKP, 38, pp. 136-145


Parker, I. (1997) ‘Hombre, mito y subjetividad psicoanalítica’, Archipiélago:Cuadernos de Crítica de la Cultura [issn: 0214-2686], Madrid, 30, pp. 79-85

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Discourse Analysis and Psycho-Analysis’, British Journal of Social Psychology [issn: 0144-6665], Leicester: BPS, 36, pp. 479-495

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Constructing and Deconstructing Psychotherapeutic Discourse’, European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health [issn: 1364-2537], London: Routledge, 1, (1), pp. 77-90.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Against Postmodernism: Psychology in Cultural Context’, Theory & Psychology [issn: 0959-3543], London: Sage, 8, (5), pp. 621-647.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Diana’s Subjects’, Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society [issn: 1088-0763], New York: Critical Press, 3, (1), pp.129-131.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Identidad, identificación y menos C’, Revista Universidad de Guadalajara (certificado: 001281/98) Guadalajara: UdG Press, 11, pp. 52-57.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Kritisk psykologi: kritiske forbindelser’, Nordiske Udkast: Tidsskrift for Kritisk Samfundsforskung [issn: 1396-3953], Copenhagen: NU, 26 (2), pp. 33-50.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Making a difference: A reply to Peter du Preez’, PINS (Psychology in society) [issn: 1015-6046], 23, pp. 69-70.

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Clubbing’, Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society [issn: 1088-0763], 3, (3), pp. 161-163.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Marxism, ideology and psychology’, Theory & Psychology [issn: 0959-3543], London: Sage, 9, (3), pp. 291-293.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Critical Psychology: Critical Links’, Annual Review of Critical Psychology [issn: 1464-0538], Bolton: Discourse Unit, 1, pp. 3-18.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Against Relativism in Psychology, on Balance’, History of the Human Sciences [issn: 0952-6951], London: Sage, 12, (4), pp. 61-78.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘The Quintessentially Academic Position’, History of the Human Sciences [issn: 0952-6951], London: Sage, 12, (4), pp. 89-91.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Tracing Therapeutic Discourse in Material Culture’, British Journal of Medical Psychology [issn: 0007-1129], Leicester: British Psychological Society, 72, pp. 577-587.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Critical Distance’, Theory & Psychology [issn: 0959-3543], London: Sage, 10 (2), pp. 293-298.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Humanismo y Subjetividad en Psicologia’, Revista AVEPSO [issn: 1011-6273], Caracas: Asociacion Venezolana de Psicologia Social, 22 (1), pp. 85-106.

Goodley, D. and Parker, I. (2000) ‘Critical psychology and action research’, Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 2, pp. 3-16. [issn: 1464-0538)



Professional Journals
Parker, I. (1995) ‘Michel Foucault, Psychologist’, The Psychologist, Leicester: British Psychological Society, 8, (11), pp. 503-505.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Psychological Discourse in New South Africa’, Social Psychological Review [issn: 1369-7862], Leicester: BPS, 1, (1), pp. 37-41

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Psychology, Racism and the Third World: 500 Years of Resistance’, Changes, An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (0263-8371], Chichester: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1992, 10 (4), pp. 323 6

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Psychosis, Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis’, Changes, An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (0263-8371], Chichester: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1993, 11 (1), pp. 43 5

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Psychology and Societal Transformation in South Africa’, Clinical Psychology Forum, Leicester, 1994, 68, pp. 10-12

Marks, D., Burman, E., Burman, L. and Parker, I. (1995) ‘Collaborative Research into Education Case Conferences’, Educational Psychology and Practice [issn: 0266-7363], London: Pitman Publishing, 11, (1), pp. 41-48

Parker, I. (1995) ‘“Right” said Fred “I’m too sexy for bourgeois group therapy”: The case of the Institute for Social Therapy’, Changes: An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (0263-8371], Chichester: Wiley, 13, (1), pp. 1-22

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Ernest Mandel 1923-1995’, Changes: An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (0263-8371], Chichester: Wiley, 14, (1), pp. 77-79

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Soap Trek’, Changes: An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (0263-8371], Chichester: Wiley, 15, (2), pp. 140-142

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Garage Nightmares’, Changes: An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (0263-8371], Chichester: Wiley, 16, (4), pp. 270-273.

Parker, I. (1999) ‘letter’, The Psychologist, 12, (5), p. 224.
Popular Journal Papers
Parker, I. (1979) ‘The Personality Test People’, PAKT, Plymouth, 1979, p. 5

Parker, I. (1988) ‘Freud on food’, Siyu, Manchester, 1988, 23, pp. 16 19

Parker, I. (1991) ‘British Psychologists Visit Social Therapy Center’, (co interview), The National Alliance, New York, 1991, 12 (26), p. 3

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Psychology Politics Resistance Conference’, RadPsyNet, Indiana, 1994, 6, pp. 3-



4Parker, I. (1995) ‘Morsmakten og farssavnet’, Morgenbladet, 15-21 September, Oslo, p.17.

Parker, I. (1996) ‘Critical Psychology Journal - What Next?’, PPR Newsletter, 4, pp. 13-15.


Reviews of Academic Books
Parker, I. (1988) ‘"abstracts and brief chronicles of the time": Review of A. Costall, A. & A. Still (eds) Parker, I. (1986) Cognitive Psychology in Question’, BPS History and Philosophy Section Newsletter, Leicester, 6, pp. 8 10

Parker, I. (1992) ‘Review of K. Danziger (1990) Constructing the Subject’, Journal for the History of the Human Sciences [issn: 0952-6951], London: Routledge, 1992, 5 (1), pp. 111 14

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Billig’s Dilemma’: Review of M. Billig’s (1991) Ideology and Opinions’, Theory and Psychology [issn: 0959-3543], London: Sage, 1993, 3, (3), pp. 394 396

Parker, I. (1993) ‘Review of S. McNamee & K. Gergen (eds) Therapy as Social Construction’, Counselling Psychology Review, Leicester, 1993, 8, (2), pp. 34 36

Parker, I. (1994) ‘Review of A. Samuels (1993) The Political Psyche’, Feminism and Psychology [issn: 0959-3535], London: Sage, 1994, 4, (4), pp. 593-596

Parker, I. (1995) ‘Review of S. Kvale (1992) Psychology and Postmodernism’, British Journal of Psychology, Leicester: British Psychological Society, 86, (2), pp. 306-308.

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Review of Qualitative Inquiry’, South African Journal of Psychology [issn: 0081-2463], Pretoria: PsySSA, 27, (2), 125-126

Parker, I. (1997) ‘Review of J. Lechte, Julia Kristeva’, Changes: An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (0263-8371], Chichester: Wiley, 15 (3), pp. 230-231

Parker, I. (1998) ‘Review of R. House and N. Totton (eds) (1997) Implausible Professions: Arguments for Pluralism and Autonomy’, European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health [issn: 1364-2537], London: Routledge, 1, (3), pp. 477-479

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Review of D. Evans (1996) An Introductory Dictionary of Lacan Psychoanalysis’, Psychoanalytic Studies [issn: 1460-8592], Carfax: Oxford, 1, pp. 107-108

Parker, I. (1999) ‘Clinical Lacan: Review Essay on Bruce Fink’s A Clinical Introduction to Lacanian Psychoanalysis: Theory and Technique’, PS: Journal of the Universities Association for Psychoanalytic Studies [issn: 1463-3701], London: Rebus Books, 2, (2), pp. 69-74.

Parker, I. (2000) ‘Review of O. Fenichel (1996) The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis, 50th Anniversary Edition’, Changes: An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, 18, (4), pp. 298-299. (0263-8371], Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.







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